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Amrapali

The brainchild of Jaipur-based Rajesh Ajmera and Rajiv Arora, Amrapali Jewels marked its arrival in 1978. Now one of the leading players in luxury jewellery, the brand can be best described as a contemporary design twist that uses ethnic Indian elements.

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luxpresso - 12/16/2016 12:03:14

JJ Valaya on His Designs for Swarovski’s Confluence

JJ Valaya on His Designs for Swarovski’s Confluence Swarovski collaborated with 11 Indian designers this September to introduce a new line of jewellery called Confluence. The designers included the who’s who of the Indian design industry—right from Amrapali Jewels, Eina Ahluwalia, Gaurav Gupta, Isharya, JJ Valaya, Manish Arora, Outhouse, Pernia... Continue Reading »

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luxpresso - 12/08/2016 18:35:01

Merging Aesthetics: Swarovski's Confluence of Crystals

Merging Aesthetics: Swarovski's Confluence of Crystals It is not often that you get to witness the very best of Indian design genius joining creative forces with an avant-garde international brand such as Swarovski. Luxpresso explores the outcome of this collaboration. Continue Reading »

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luxpresso - 04/08/2016 12:44:52

Amrapali Jewels Debuts at Selfridges London

Amrapali Jewels Debuts at Selfridges London Amrapali's most iconic collections and uncut diamond jewellery sets will now be part of the renowned luxury boutique Selfridges’s jewellery section. From offering exquisite royal pieces to minimalistic statement necklaces, the new store will be home to some of the brand’s most exquisite pieces.... Continue Reading »

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luxpresso - 08/01/2014 06:00:00

Week in LuxuryLaunches: Spirited Travels & Jewelled Editions

Week in LuxuryLaunches: Spirited Travels & Jewelled Editions Every week, our friends at LuxuryLaunches give us the low down on uber-luxurious happenings from across the world. A picture is worth a thousand words and this week we stumble upon luxe experientials, venues and ornaments that glisten in technicolor. Here’s are the notes and imagery that sum up... Continue Reading »

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